6 Unix Tutors Found Near Round Rock, TX



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Gavin M.

Unix Tutor

Fort Worth, TX 76114

Will travel 15 miles

$75 per hour.

4.97 943 ratings

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Professional Tutor - Teacher Qualified

Throughout my degree in computer science, we used the UNIX operating system. One of our courses, Software Development Principles & Tools, required us to learn UNIX commands and write scripts that could efficiently run batch jobs. Today I still use many of the UNIX commands. I use the command prompt to run and compile programs on my iMac when helping students with their computer science projects. I have a book on the bash shell if I need to reference it. I am a professional tutor of college level and high school level courses. I have tutored privately for over ten years and have been employed [more]


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Edward M.

Unix Tutor

Houston, TX 77027

Will travel 40 miles

$75 per hour.

4.5 4 ratings

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MIT Grad for Math and Computer Science Tutoring

Hi, I have a degree in electrical engineering and computer science from MIT, the top engineering school in the world. We used Linux and unix everywhere on campus. I have used those two operating systems on my jobs as a software engineer. Thanks, Edward I am an MIT grad in electrical engineering and computer science. I have been programming for a long time with over 10 years experience tutoring math and programming courses. Results guaranteed. I have a lot of patience and give one on one attention to my students. I also offer the student strategies to better understand the material depending on [more]


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Dr. Nancy G.

Unix Tutor

Houston, TX 77041

Will travel 40 miles

$93 per hour.

5.0 11 ratings

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Math Professor, Rice Grad - All Levels of Math and Statistics

I used Unix exclusively for my entire graduate career. After graduating, I learned Windows, but I still prefer Unix. I currently don't use Unix daily, but I am still very proficient in Unix. I have a Ph. D. in statistics and a degree in Math and Statistics from USC. I am a professor of mathematics and statistics, and a graduate of Rice University. After graduating number one in my class, and working as a professor for almost 15 years, I have decided to tutor part time. I love helping students! I tutor all levels of mathematics and statistics from grade school to graduate school. My 30 [more]


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Satya T.

Unix Tutor

Euless, TX 76039

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.73 59 ratings

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Learn from the best to bring out the best in you

I have worked in Unix environment for the past 10 years. I have worked in various flavor of unix (BSD and solaris) and also in Linux environment. I have a Master's degree in Computer Science and I have been working in the software industry for more than 12 years. I have worked in PC, Macintosh, Solaris desktop, Solaris server, and ATCA linux platforms. I have four plus years of tutoring experience. I have helped middle and high school students in math and physics. Also I have helped college students with C language and object oriented programing and language concepts such as C++ and Java. Wi [more]


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Austin L.

Unix Tutor

San Antonio, TX 78212

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.0 4 ratings

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Artistic Math and Science Lover with a Gift for Explanation

I am a Computer Science major at Trinity University. In my CS1 class, we were not allowed to use an IDE when working on assignments. Instead, they insisted we do everything through the terminal or consoles, which is UNIX on the Linux OS used in the CS department at Trinity, in order to familiarize ourselves with the command line environment. My personal laptop is a MacBook, who's terminal is also UNIX, and I often find myself searching for files or writing scripts via my terminal as opposed to using graphical interfaces. [more]


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Georges J.

Unix Tutor

Dallas, TX 75230

Will travel 25 miles

$70 per hour.

4.99 171 ratings

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Physics and Math Tutoring

I started using UNIX on an ATT 3B2 computer in 1984 while a physics professor at SMU. In 1990 I started work as a scientist at the Superconducting Super Collider. All of our research computers were UNIX and my desktop was a SUN SPARC workstation. My laboratory computer was an HP running HP-UX. After the SSC was terminated, I started at Texas Instruments as a member of a UNIX 24/7 support group. I was part of the first team to receive SUN UNIX Team Certification (The program has since been discontinued). We supported the manufacturing facilities and were trained on both hardware and software [more]